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Upon seeing HarrisonK's picture...first thought was Michael Jordan.
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post
Nice shirt, nasty cap
Nice fairisle, but pull down the sleeves. You can shove up the sleeves on an unbuttoned cardigan but it rarely looks right with a sweater.

Haha gotcha. And I have to say that fit w/ the Nigel Cabourn sweater is my favoriate in the last few pages, and there've been so many great fits in these pages.
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Thanks for all the comments guys.
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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post
chunky cardigan + sneakers feels a little incongruous but individual pieces all look good

Thanks for the feedback - I have posted so many fits with my DB's before that I wanted to do something different, plus I really like these Spring Courts. Will be kopping quoddys in near future...

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Originally Posted by sdx View Post
I think it looks really good, nice fit.

Thanks!
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willy, why you hating on one of your own?
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Originally Posted by HarrisonK View Post
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Ralph Lauren: Shirt Sweater Shorts Brooks Brothers: Sport Coat
Vintage photograph from the country club
I apologize in advance if this comes off as overly critical, but this is one of the worst photos in the history of this thread. You're wearing a sport coat that is four sizes too large for you, while apparently playing golf. No one wears a blazer while playing golf. Furthermore, judging from the lack of leaves on the trees, this photo was taken in autumn or winter, and you're wearing shorts and boat shoes (again, totally inappropriate footwear for golf). Lastly, if that's a "country club", then I am Jack Nicklaus. Just look at the state of that green. This is the Jersey Shore version of prep- a fabricated persona and clothing that is three times as outrageous as it needs to be.
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Originally Posted by Lane View Post
willy, why you hating on one of your own?

please, please don't. restraint.
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post
I apologize in advance if this comes off as overly critical, but this is one of the worst photos in the history of this thread.

You're wearing a sport coat that is four sizes too large for you, while apparently playing golf. No one wears a blazer while playing golf. Furthermore, judging from the lack of leaves on the trees, this photo was taken in autumn or winter, and you're wearing shorts and boat shoes (again, totally inappropriate footwear for golf). Lastly, if that's a "country club", then I am Jack Nicklaus. Just look at the state of that green.

This is the Jersey Shore version of prep- a fabricated persona and clothing that is three times as outrageous as it needs to be.


You are the fucking man.
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post
this is one of the worst photos in the history of this thread.

This is the Jersey Shore version of prep- a fabricated persona and clothing that is three times as outrageous as it needs to be.

Obvious solution: clothing that is four sizes too small. (Photographed with that ubiquitous powered-down robot pose, of course).

Anyway, 'persona' seems too strong a word, here, but what's wrong with adopting a persona? I enjoy Synthese's fits very much -- as well as the attitude behind them. Everyone else seems to as well. And Zissou, unless you really are dropping anchor shortly before each fit pic, you seem to delight in a bit if the ol' *persona* yourself...

All these misgivings about Harrison K apper to be running amok, toppling some perfectly hivey concepts in their wake...

Hm.
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Every forum has its own couple of guys who are sure that they are the only ones capable of individual thought in the face of internet hivemind. It's one of my favorite flavors of troll.
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Originally Posted by noobizor View Post
Obvious solution: clothing that is four sizes too small. (Photographed with that ubiquitous powered-down robot pose, of course). Anyway, 'persona' seems too strong a word, here, but what's wrong with adopting a persona? I enjoy Synthese's fits very much -- as well as the attitude behind them. Everyone else seems to as well. And Zissou, unless you really are dropping anchor shortly before each fit pic, you seem to delight in a bit if the ol' *persona* yourself... All these misgivings about Harrison K apper to be running amok, toppling some perfectly hivey concepts in their wake... Hm.
"Personas" are fine when they come with an aesthetic that makes sense As zizzou perceptively put together nothing about said fit makes sense, like, nothing at all lmao Good fits don't have to be rationalized
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Originally Posted by Lane View Post
willy, why you hating on one of your own?
get the fuck over it dude edit: noobizor, stop acting like you're so brilliant when you can't even buy clothes that fit you
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post
I apologize in advance if this comes off as overly critical, but this is one of the worst photos in the history of this thread.

You're wearing a sport coat that is four sizes too large for you, while apparently playing golf. No one wears a blazer while playing golf. Furthermore, judging from the lack of leaves on the trees, this photo was taken in autumn or winter, and you're wearing shorts and boat shoes (again, totally inappropriate footwear for golf). Lastly, if that's a "country club", then I am Jack Nicklaus. Just look at the state of that green.

This is the Jersey Shore version of prep- a fabricated persona and clothing that is three times as outrageous as it needs to be.

Best line I've read on here in weeks.
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